page contents

Daily Archives: February 11, 2018

Disney CEO Bob Iger Talks Fox Acquisition, Streaming Services, and Artificial Intelligence

Walt Disney Co.(NYSE:DIS) reported its first-quarter results for fiscal 2018 this past week. The entertainment giant’s revenue increased 4% year over year, while earnings per share (EPS) adjusted for one-time factors jumped 22%. Disney dished out a significantly larger profit than Wall Street was expecting, driven by strength in its parks and resorts business. The company’s quarterly results marked a ...

Read More »

Harvey Weinstein: New York state sues Weinstein Company

New York prosecutors have filed a lawsuit against the Weinstein Company, alleging that the studio failed to protect staff from Harvey Weinstein. Mr Weinstein has been accused of dozens of allegations of sexual abuse, including rape, but denies having non-consensual sex. The lawsuit follows a four-month investigation by New York’s attorney general. It also casts doubt over a plan to ...

Read More »

Industrial building goes up for tender on Feb 26

Singapore THE freehold Pei Fu Industrial Building in New Industrial Road is set to be launched for collective sale via tender later this month. The reserve price of S$ 75 million set by the owners translates to S$ 481 per square foot per plot ratio (psf ppr) based on a proposed gross Let’s block ads! (Why?) … The Business Times

Read More »

McAfee discovered 'malicious documents' targeting Winter Olympics ahead of opening ceremony 'hack'

The opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics were subject to an attack on Friday, with the PyeongChang Organizing Committee for the 2018 Olympic & Paralympic Games (POCOG) confirming it experienced a cyber attack that caused a malfunction of the internet protocol televisions (IPTVs) at the Main Press Centre, Yonhap News reported over the weekend. According to the Sou… Latest news

Read More »

Riyadh's Ritz 'luxury prison' reopens after graft crackdown

Riyadh RIYADH’S Ritz-Carlton reopened for business on Sunday, three months after it became a holding place for princes and ministers detained in the biggest anti-graft purge of the kingdom’s elite in its modern history. The luxury hotel had been closed for business since the Let’s block ads! (Why?) … The Business Times

Read More »

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.

Close